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may have been killed in japan... new numbers this morning.... along with fears about nuclear >>> more than 10,000 people may have been killed in japan. new numbers this morning along with fears about nuclear reactors damaged in that quake. >>> a mess of a different scale in santa cruz county where folks are still assessing the damage. >>> investigators working on zeroing in on the cause of a deadly tour bus accident good morning sunday, 7:30 a.m. hope you set your clocks forward. i do hate the springing forward i am feeling it this morning. >> all right, we will have a busy morning we have a lot of news to cover. state senator mark leno coming in to talk about the latest budget negotiations will we in fact have a deal this week. we are going to look at your home state of wisconsin. >> a battle there. >> will it effect california in the months and years to come. first to the top of the news this morning. two days after the massive earthquake and tsunami in japan police estimate the death toll could top 10,000. nearly 740 people have still missing, survivors are struggling the
richard lugar, right after this newscast on cbs 5. >>>in japan today an 80-year- old woman and a teenage boy were rescued, nine days after the deaf citing earthquake and tsunami. rescuers found the 16-year-old boy on the roof of his house. and then he led them inside to his grandmother. a helicopter took them to a hospital. more than 8000 people are now confirmed dead. more than 12,000 still missing. the damaged nuclear plant in fukushima, workers keep supplying water on the most vulnerable area. they have put off venting radioactive gas from one reactor, because the pressure inside has finally stablized. >>> so how will the disaster in japan affect the country's economy in the long run? and our economy for that matter? >> right here in the bay area, joining sus john hadman of compass economics, who was in tokyo when the earthquake struck. john, welcome back. >> yeah. we're glad you're all right. >> where were you when it hit? >>i was in tokyo on the sixth floor of a university building. >> explain that moment for us. it's something i mean we know of earthquakes here in the bay area obvi
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